This 1939 drama is exactly what people mean when they refer to a “Bette Davis movie.” She stars as a spoiled Long Island socialite who, having discovered she’s dying of a brain tumor, takes her stableman’s advice and packs a lifetime into one glorious summer. Humphrey Bogart is the stableman, and George Brent is her surgeon husband. This is the definitive Davis display, not to be missed. Edmund Goulding directed.